HONORS & AWARDS
Margaret Crissman Funkhouser, founder of the Los Angeles Education Partnership, a public-private collaboration that raises money for innovative public school programs, was recently awarded a Wellesley College Alumnae Achievement Award, for outstanding achievement in the field of education.
Anna Quindlen, columnist for The New York Times, was recently awarded the Bank Street College of Education President's Medal, the college's highest honor, in recognition of her writing on issues concerning children and families.
The National Science Foundation has awarded 1992 Presidential Awards for Excellence in Science and Mathematics Teaching to 108 secondary school teachers. The teachers and their schools are listed below by state.
Alabama. Kay Johnson Balch, Mountain Brook Junior High School, Birmingham; Timothy C. Burgess, S.S. Murphy High School, Mobile. Alaska. Dick Sander, Ketchikan High School, Ketchikan; Gary L. Cooper, Fort Greely School, Delta Junction. Arizona. Veronica Carlson, Moon Valley High School, Phoenix; Lois J. Blondeau, University High School, Tucson. Arkansas. Jane M. Jones, Goza Junior High School, Arkadelphia; Ellen Yates Isbell, Bismarck High School, Bismarck. California. Glenys Bell, Brea Olinda High School, Brea; Tayeko Kaufman, Kent Middle School, Kentfield. Colorado. Diane M. Weaver, Morey Middle School, Denver; Sharon Freehill, Harrison High School, Colorado Springs. Connecticut. Patricia Cancilla-Hahn, Silas Deane Middle School, Wethersfield; Earl L. Carlyon, Manchester High School, Manchester.
Delaware. L. Charles Biehl, Thomas McKean High School, Wilmington; Kathleen R. Melvin, Polytech High School, Woodside. Department of Defense Dependents Schools. Pamela L. Warrick, Fulda American High School, Fulda, Germany; Debra Dorough Mowery, Heidelberg Middle School, Heidelberg, Germany. District of Columbia. Marion Paige Exum, Eliot Junior High School, Washington; David Stuart Wood, Sidwell Friends School, Washington. Florida. Carl C. Burnside, Cypress Lake High School, Fort Myers; Debra Dorsett Hanson, Caloosa Middle School, Cape Coral. Georgia. Gayle Garrison, Heritage High School, Conyers; Lynda H. Peterson, Osborne High School, Marietta.
Hawaii. Chu Ying Singletary, Nanakuli High and Intermediate School, Waianae; Kathleen A. O'Malley, James B. Castle High School, Kaneohe. Idaho. Eileen Gruenwald, Coeur d'Alene High School, Coeur d'Alene; Linda Slevig, Centennial High School, Meridian. Illinois. Nancy Powell, Bloomington High School, Bloomington; James A. Stankevitz, Marist High School, Chicago. Indiana. Carolyn L. Mayes, Elkhart Memorial High School, Elkhart; John Robert Kasting, East High School, Columbus. Iowa. Jill Moser, Roosevelt High School, Des Moines; Daniel F. McGrail, Carlisle Community High School, Carlisle.
Kansas. Martha K. Tietze, Shawnee Mission Northwest High School, Shawnee; Becky Goodwin, Kansas School for the Deaf, Olathe. Kentucky. Pamela M. (Harbin) Argabrite, Jeffersontown High School, Louisville; Robert Baar, Louisville Male High School, Louisville. Louisiana. Patricia Pohl Eberhardt, Hammond High School, Hammond; Anne B. McDonald, Sam Houston High School, Lake Charles. Maine. Sandra E. (Betsy) Berry, Georges Valley High School, Thomaston; Page Keeley, Whitefield School, North Whitefield.
Maryland. Linda K. Agreen, Eleanor Roosevelt High School, Greenbelt; Robert L. Foor-Hogue, South Carroll High School, Sykesville. Massachusetts. Jane West Young, Newton South High School, Newton Center; Wilson Richard Flight, Concord-Carlisle Regional High School, Concord. Michigan. Anita M. Clark, Marshall High School, Marshall; Dwight D. Sieggreen, Ida B. Cooke Middle School, Northville. Minnesota. James M. Foley, Fred Moore Junior High School, Anoka; Aletha Halcomb, North High School, Minneapolis.
Mississippi. Vicki Fortson Shirley, Corinth High School, Corinth; Nancy Jean MacNeill, Mississippi School for Math and Science, Columbus. Missouri. Melinda Shields, Palmer Junior High School, Independence; Glenn C. Westover, McCluer North High School, Florissant. Montana. Karen Anderson Longhart, Flathead High School, Kalispell; Michael Funk, Libby Senior High School, Libby. Nebraska. Tedi Lund, Millard North High School, Omaha; Susan Koba, Omaha North High School, Omaha. Nevada. Carol J. Ross, Green Valley High School, Henderson; Lory E. Heron, Proctor Hug High School, Reno.
New Hampshire. Arthur V. Johnson 2nd, Nashua Senior High School, Nashua; Donald A. Davis, Westmoreland Elementary School, Westmoreland. New Jersey. Elizabeth Marquez, North Brunswick Township High School, North Brunswick; Barbara R. Pietrucha, Neptune Middle School, Neptune. New Mexico. James F. Dudley, Rio Grande High School, Albuquerque; Mary Nutt, San Miguel School, Socorro. New York. Kay F. Toliver, East Harlem Tech, New York; Virginia E. Perino, Stockbridge Valley Central School, Munnsville. North Carolina. Julia A. Cazin, Daniels Middle School, Raleigh; James A. Woody, Walter Hines Page High School, Greensboro.
North Dakota. Janet Washek, Jim Hill Junior High School, Minot; Delise E. Kiekeide, Harvey High School, Harvey. Ohio. Catherine J. Sanor, West Branch High School, Beloit; Patricia Kenzig, St. John Bosco School, Parma Heights. Oklahoma. Linda A. Hall, Clinton Middle School, Tulsa; Terry J. Shaw, Irving Middle School, Norman. Oregon. Kris A. Warloe, Cheldelin Middle School, Corvallis; Kathryn P. Green, Hillsboro High School, Hillsboro. Pennsylvania. Debra Kerr, State College Area Junior High School, State College; Sister John Ann Proach, Bishop Conwell High School.
Puerto Rico. Julia Rodriquez, Tejas Second Unit, Yabucoa; Mildred J. Guerrero-Griffin, Escuela Intermedia Juan Serralles, Barrio Coto Laurel. Rhode Island. Mary M. Jerome, Thompson Junior High School, Newport; Gregory Coppa, East Greenwich High School, East Greenwich. South Carolina. Elizabeth H. Floyd, Pickens Junior High School, Pickens; Rosemary K. Wicker, Laurens Junior High School, Laurens. South Dakota. Carol Jenison Murphy, Rapid City Central High School, Rapid City; Robert L. Medeck Sr., Yankton High School, Yankton. Tennessee. John J. Brady 3rd, Brentwood Middle School, Brentwood; Betty B. Phillips, Richview Middle School, Clarksville.
Texas. Barbara (Basia) Rinesmith, Alief Elsik High School, Alief; Robert Sload, J.L. McCullough High School, The Woodlands. U.S. Territories. Etuale Tuileta, Leone High School, Leone, American Samoa; Paul E. Cassens, Tafuna High School, Pago Pago, American Samoa. Utah. Cindy Watson, South Ogden Junior High School, Ogden; Brett D. Moulding, Roy High School, Roy. Vermont. Eric Weiss, U-32 Junior/Senior High School, Montpelier; William Craig Vinton, St. Johnsbury Academy, St. Johnsbury. Virginia. Patricia Robertson, Williamsburg Middle School, Arlington; Charles K. Jervis, Auburn High and Middle School, Riner.
Washington. William K. Kring Sr., A.C. Davis High School, Yakima; Ron Thompson, Sammamish High School, Bellevue. West Virginia. Lois Ann Swineford, Suncrest Junior High School, Morgantown; Lillie Kathryn Hilts, John Adams Junior High School, Charleston. Wisconsin. Jodean E. Grunow, Dodgeville Middle School, Dodgevlle; Curt Julian, East Senior High School, Green Bay. Wyoming. Richard D. Lechner, Greybull Middle School, Greybull; Janet Lynn Gerking, Laramie High School, Laramie.
The National Association of Secondary School Principals recently named 51 State Assistant Principals of the Year. The honorees and their schools are listed below by state.
Alabama. Joseph Dantzler, Collins-Riverside Junior High School, Northport. Alaska. Georgia L. Taton, A.J. Diamond High School, Anchorage. Arizona. Philip M. Berra, Trevor G. Browne High School, Phoenix. Arkansas. Gerald Gardner, El Dorado High School, El Dorado. California. Joan C. Stewart, Crawford High School, San Diego. Colorado. Ann L. Elrod, Liberty High School, Colorado Springs. Connecticut. Carl F. Ohlin, John F. Kennedy Middle School, Enfield. Delaware. Michael Carr, Newark High School, Newark. District of Columbia. Constance E. Brooks, Ballou Senior High School, Washington. Florida. Joan Leslie Fanell, Driftwood Middle School, Hollywood.
Georgia. Teresa B. Hobson, Cedar Shoals High School, Athens. Hawaii. Daniel S. Hamada, Kapaa High and Intermediate School, Kapaa. Idaho. E. Michael Poe, Lowell Scott Middle School, Meridian. Illinois. Michael L. Gardner, Lincoln Way East High School, Frankfort. Indiana. Glenda Sue (Susie) Reis, Charlestown High School, Charlestown. Iowa. Thomas J. Fish, Ankeny High School, Ankeny. Kansas. Robert L. Kiblinger, Fredonia High School, Fredonia. Kentucky. William L. Boyle, Walton-Verona High School, Walton.
Louisiana. Oscar L. Pea Jr., Park Forest MIddle School, Baton Rouge. Maine. Robert E. Liebow, Mount Desert Island School, Mount Desert. Maryland. Adrianne Hanna Kaufman, Atholton High School, Columbia. Massachusetts. Charles W. Flahive, Westwood High School, Westwood. Michigan. Kenneth R. Clemens, Northview High School, Grand Rapids. Minnesota. Roy S. Johnson Jr., John Marshall Senior High School, Rochester. Mississippi. Larry Hancock, Pearl River Central High School, Carriere. Missouri. Sharon S. Norton, Oakville Senior High School, St. Louis. Montana. John Kratofil, Libby High School, Libby.
Nebraska. Roger L. Givens, Bellevue West Senior High School, Bellevue. Nevada. Antoinette Cavanaugh, Owyhee Combined Schools, Owahee. New Hampshire. Suzanne S. Roberts, Belmont Junior-Senior High School, Belmont. New Jersey. Edward A. Steinmetz, Burlington Township High School, Burlington. New Mexico. Eric C. Cress, Deming High School, Deming. New York State. Wayne Nachreiner, Kenmore East High School, Tonawanda. New York City. Brenda Meltzer, Christopher Columbus High School, Bronx. North Carolina. Sheila T. Walker, South Lenoir High School, Deep Run.
North Dakota. Rick A. Hedit, Bismarck High School, Bismarck. Ohio. Norman Lambert, Grove City High School, Grove City. Oklahoma. Danny H. Smith, Putnam City North High School, Oklahoma City. Oregon. Ann L. Haase, Meadow Park Intermediate School, Beaverton. Pennsylvania. Robert K. Gingher, Pequea Valley High School, Kinzers. Rhode Island. Kathryn M. Crowley, Smithfield High School, Esmond. South Carolina. Kenneth R. Rushlow, Seneca High School, Seneca.
Tennessee. Lynn C. Brown, Maryville High School, Maryville. Texas. Mary E. (Chula) Boyle, Robert E. Lee High School, San Antonio. Utah. Jule E. Marine, Cyprus High School, Magna. Vermont. Helen G. Niedermeier, Champlain Valley Union High School, Hinesburg. Virginia. Robert J. Elliot, West Springfield High School, Springfield. Washington. H. Janiece Schuette, Sunnyside High School, Sunnyside. West Virginia. Larry F. Rawlings, Saint Albans High School, Saint Albans. Wisconsin. Louis H. Swedarsky, Madison East High School, Madison. Wyoming. Lee Beidleman, East High School, Cheyenne.
The National Council of Teachers of English recently recognized as exceptional 248 student literary magazines from senior high, junior high, and middle schools in the United States and Canada and from American schools abroad. The highest awards went to 37 magazines listed below with their schools by state.
Alabama. Counterpane 1992, Shades Valley Resources Learning Center, Birmingham. California. Ikon, Bakersfield High School, Bakersfield; Stylus, David Starr Jordan High School, Long Beach. Colorado. Probable Impossibilities, Alameda Senior High School, Lakewood; Remington Street Review 1992, Fort Collins High School, Fort Collins. Connecticut. The Journal, Newtown Middle School, Newtown. District of Columbia. Phoenix, Gonzaga College High School, Washington.
Florida. Torchlights, Mainland High School, Daytona Beach. Georgia. Pegasus 1992, Brookwood High School, Snellville. Illinois. Creations, Warren Township High School, Gurnee. Iowa. Ramshackle, Southeast Polk High School, Runnells. Kansas. Calliope 1992, Topeka West High School.
Maryland. Erehwon 1992, Winston Churchill High School, Potomac;
Musings 1992, Springbook High School, Silver Spring. Massachusetts.
Young Writers, Atlantic Middle School, Quincy; Dimensions, Marshall
Middle School, Billerica.
Minnesota. Images 1992, Edina High School, Edina. Mississippi. Earthwinds 1992, Jackson Preparatory School, Jackson. Missouri. Paw Prints, Simonsen Junior High School, Jefferson City.
Nebraska. Image 1992, Bellevue East High School, Bellevue. Nevada. Comet Tales, O'Callaghan Junior High School, Las Vegas. New Jersey. Glyphs, Madison High School; Dead Center, Highland Park High School. New York. Impressions, Riverdale Country School, New York City; Pegasus, Half Hollow Hills High School, Dix Hills. North Carolina. Stone Soup 1992, William G. Enloe High School, Raleigh.
Oregon. Rites of Passage, Thomas Jefferson High School, Portland. Tennessee. Webb of Words: Bedtime Stories & Midnight Snacks, Webb School, Knoxville. Texas. Wellspring, John Marshall High School, San Antonio; Bullseye 1992, Douglas MacArthur High School, San Antonio. Utah. Expressions, Hillcrest High School, Midvale; Mosaic, Rowland Hall-St. Mark's School, Salt Lake City; Legends, Taylorsville High School, Salt Lake City. Virginia. Heritage, James Madison High School, Vienna; Visions, Monacan High School, Richmond; Threshold, Thomas Jefferson High School for Science and Technology, Alexandria. Wisconsin. Moments, Badger High School, Lake Geneva.